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Our Republic Raped and Still No Revolution!
Sunday, 12 October 2008 10:52
by Joel S. Hirschhorn

Are Americans ready for a revolution?  What worse than the current meltdown of the financial sector, the unraveling of our economy, and burdening us and future generations with astounding debt is needed to convince Americans that the two-party plutocracy has sold out ordinary Americans?  What we are witnessing is far worse than the taxation without representation that spurred the American Revolution.  Taxation with MISrepresentation is a greater evil and shameful sellout of democracy that so many Americans have fought and died for.

Yet, despite over 80 percent of Americans saying that the nation is on the wrong track – BEFORE the current financial crisis, Americans sheepishly seem ready and willing this year to keep voting for Democrats and Republicans.  If they had one shred of the smartness and courage of our nation’s Founders, they would overwhelmingly vote for third party presidential candidates to send the clearest and most patriotic message possible to the ruling class that has both major parties in their pocket.

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Ousting Democrats and Republicans is more justified and needed than removing the tyranny of the King of England.  Our elected domestic tyranny operating as a plutocracy masquerading as a democracy has been raping our nation.  Yet middle class victims seem more than willing to keep bending over and asking for more pain and insult as they fall hook, line and sinker for the lies of both Barack Obama and John McCain.

It is far too easy, with the financial sector meltdown, for Americans to only blame Republicans.  But Bill Clinton started the deregulation of the financial sector and every evil and stupid thing George W. Bush and Republicans have done could not have happened without the cooperation of corrupt and cowardly Democrats in Congress.  They too have inflicted economic sodomy on us and contributed to disgracing our Constitution.

What incredible absurdity that the government seems ready to spend $700 billion to bail out countless crooked, mismanaged and greedy companies (and similar money on the Iraq war) and not ever seriously propose to spend that kind of money on rebuilding the nation’s crumbling physical infrastructure that would immediately create millions of new good paying jobs desperately needed by the middle class. 

Now is the time for Americans to wake up, stand up and vote down Republicans and Democrats.  How wonderful it would be if the candidate that claims the presidency only receives, say, 20 percent of all eligible voters.  This is the first necessary step for we the people to take back OUR country.

Contact Joel S. Hirschhorn through www.delusionaldemocracy.com
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s h a r o n said:

...but for whom shall we vote? The slavish stupidity of believing there are only two candidates--one from the Democratic Party, the other from the Republican Party--has mystified me for decades. Yes, we had a "Green Party" once, quickly sidelined.

The tyranny of our "two-party system" should be so obvious...what keeps the public willingly adhering to its tyranny? Well, for one thing, consider that school children (at least in our neck of the woods) cannot discuss the political choices of their teachers, because the teachers may not discuss or proselytize for one candidate or the other with buttons or signs. Nope. We cannot even practice and encourage rational, critical debate in schools, because our schools must, I guess, remain politically "neutral" or de-politicized.
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Erik e. said:

October 12, 2008
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Anonymous said:

Revolutions don't happen in the voting booth. Revolutions happen in the streets. People get killed in revolutions. Nobody I know is desperate enough (yet!) to make a revolution in America.
October 12, 2008
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